ITEMS OF INTEREST

[Special despatch to the Boston Herald.]

Boston Herald

Territorial expansion is the leading subject in the mind of American citizens to-day. Whether the United States shall extend its boundaries beyond the Pacific, and far out among the islands of the Atlantic, as the result of the war with Spain, or shall confine itself to the limits of its own great continent, is the uppermost question of the times.

No better index of the general trend of public opinion on this subject can be found than in the great newspapers of the country. To find out the attitude of the press on the subject of expansion, correspondents for the New York Herald have canvassed the leading journals of all parties in every state.

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